Chicago (PRWEB) January 09, 2014
In antiquity, the Greek race has been the great precursor of classical writing. The Greeks have been a gifted and passionate race that produced great literary works. Author Themis Tsaoussis , in a humble way follows this tradition in his new book “Greek Honeysuckle and Magnolias.”
These reminiscences of Tsaoussis’ capture the vibrant essence of life. In all its charming innocence, it is a touching collection of Short Stories, written about growing up in the shadow of the Second Word War and the German occupation of Greece. After the war he is granted a scholarship for studies in America. He happily blends with its hospitable people and finds true love, from another offspring of Greek origin, a product of the American South, that has been his treasured companion, for sixty five years.
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About the Author
Themis Tsaoussis was born 1926 in Athens Greece, His schooling in Thessaloniki included German High School studies, interrupted by World War 2 and German occupation. Graduated from Athens High School in 1944 with high honors, he received an international scholarship for 4 years engineering studies at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken NJ. He married Frances Mallos Tsaoussis in his senior year and served as Chief Mechanical Design Engeneer for the City of Chicago.In retirement, he is a prolific writer on Science, Greek Orthodox Studies, Lexicons, Poetry and Puzzles
Greek Honeysuckle and Magnolias* by Themis Tsaoussis
Publication Date: December 30, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 126 pages; 978-1-4931-4885-1
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